# how fractions can be represented in numberline?

Lets take an example of 5/6

To represent $\frac{5}{6}$  on number line , we follow these steps  ,

Step 1: First make a number line.

Step 2: Now divide 0 to 1 in six equal parts  , and mark them .

Step 3: Now from 0 to fifth mark , we get $\frac{5}{6}$  on number line , As  : • 1
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1. Represent the fractions: 2/5, 11/5, -8/5 and -3/5 on a number line.

Since, the denominator of each given fraction is 5; divide the space between every pair of two consecutive integers (on the number line) in 5 equal parts. Each part so obtained will represent the fraction 1/5 and the number line obtained will be of the form:

To mark 2/5; move two parts on the right-side of zero.

To mark 11/5; move eleven parts on the right-side of zero.

To mark -8/5; move eight parts on the left-side of zero.

To mark -3/5; move three parts on the left-side of zero.

The following diagram shows markings of fractions 2/5, 11/5, -8/5 and -3/5 on a number line.

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